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HELP Apple Pulls iOS 13.2 Update for HomePod After Devices Get Bricked


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Apple released iOS 13.2 before today alongside a rundown of new HomePod highlights. The discharge brought along a HomePod programming update that incorporated the foreseen multi-client mode just as highlights, for example, Handoff and Ambient Sounds to the HomePod. Be that as it may, just in a couple of hours in the wake of discharging the product update, the Cupertino mammoth apparently has pulled the most recent HomePod iOS 13.2 programming update incidentally. The move is relating to the client reports that featured bricking issues in the wake of refreshing their HomePod speaker through the iOS 13.2. A portion of the influenced clients posted their issues crosswise over web-based social networking stages and even connected with Apple Support to request substitution gadgets.

iOS 13.2 update was intended to improve the Apple HomePod with the highlights that were displayed at WWDC 2019 back in June. One of the foreseen highlights that Apple brought through the update was the multi-client mode that enabled the HomePod to perceive up to six unique voices to convey customized reactions to numerous clients in the home. This was intended to make the HomePod a solid contender against Amazon Echo and Google Home gadgets that both help multi-client voice inputs.

Apple likewise added the Handoff highlight to play music, digital recordings, and telephone call sound straightforwardly from an associated iPhone. Further, the update brought Ambient Sounds just as included help to add music to HomeKit scenes. The update was given to the clients who introduced iOS 13.2 on their iPhone or iPadOS 13.2 on their iPad models. Nonetheless, Apple pulled the most recent HomePod programming form only hours after its discharge due to bricking issues, 9to5Mac reports.

Various clients who attempted to refresh their HomePod utilizing the new programming update provided details regarding Reddit and Twitter that it rendered bizarre encounters. A portion of the affected clients detailed that they're seeing a white turning light on their HomePod in the wake of playing out its update, while others revealed that they're seeing a red light. Essentially, some influenced clients referenced that after they disclosed the issue to the Apple Support group, they're getting a substitution.